Tales From the Caddy Shack: RCC Caddy Memoirs of 1930s
“Tales from the Caddy Shack” a memoir by John W. McDonough describes his days as a caddy at the Rutland Country Club in the 1930s, and those of his fellow caddies.
As a fifty year member of the Club, later as Secretary and President ; holding State wide Golfing Association offices; twenty years as a member of the Historical Society; make him an ideal person to recall his youthful times on the golf course.
Entertaining events, including his initiation as a caddy; his first job; golfers for whom he caddied; getting his “A” badge; a Caddy strike; make this a fun filled and interesting tale of earlier times, with a list of all of those who were young caddies in the 1930’s.
A wonderful tribute by a man who died the day after he completed this tale at the age of 79.